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Oil on Canvas, 32 x 32 (in)

Vladimir Mukhin

Russian, 1971
Practices in California

Quick Facts:

Studied at the Savitsky Penza Art School Russian Academy in Moscow

BIO:
Many critics consider Mukhin one of the best representatives of contemporary Russian art who proudly carries on the legacy of the great masters of the past.
Vladimir Mukhin’s works instantly win you over with their lyricism, refined lines, light and energy, combining rich dynamics of Art Nouveau and basics of traditional academic painting.
Vladimir Mukhin’s painting technique is impeccable, he senses the subtleties of color and harmony, working in genres inherent to traditional French Art Nouveau, as well as Russian art the turn of the century, including secular portraits, interiors and nature scenes.
Today Vladimir Mukhin’s works are appreciated both by professional artists and art lovers worldwide. Master’s works can be found in galleries and private collections in Russia, USA, Canada, France, China and Australia, which is a true representative of his fine artistic talent, his thinking, professionalism and the originality of his message.
Vladimir Mukhin was born in 1971 in Kazakhstan. After training at the Penza Art School named after K. A. Savitsky. Mukhin, an aspiring artist, entered and successfully graduated from the famous Russian Academy of Painting Sculpture and Architecture.
Vladimir Mukhin, a young, but a very mature artist, is a member of many highly distinguished Russian and International organizations including the Union of Russian Artists, Creative Union of Russian Artists, International Art Foundation, the International Association of Fine Arts, IAA UNESCO.
Recently, Vladimir Mukhin became a full member (academician) of the International Academy of Creative Endeavors and a member of the Oil Painters of America.
Among the accomplishments and recognized creative achievements of this famous Russian artist there are the Badge of Honor awarded by the International Academy of Creative Endeavors (2009), Gold Medal of the Academy named after N.I. Satz (2010), the «S.V. Rachmaninov and D.I. Mendeleev» Gold Badge of the Academy (2011), as well as diplomas and medals of international academies and other public organizations.
Lives and works in USA, California.

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